March 24, 2017. Here, the claimant complained of extreme pain that prevented her from working, yet the objective medical evidence did not show pain to this extent. The ALJ, discrediting the claimant’s subjective complaints of pain, denied benefits. We successfully argued that there was no evidence to suggest the claimant was malingering, and that an ALJ cannot reject subjective complaints of pain solely on the basis of objective medical evidence. The district court held that the ALJ’s credibility finding was not based on substantial evidence, and remanded for further proceedings.